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Brooklyn Winery Plans to Export Wine Down to Crown Heights For A New Outpost

There will be outdoor seating and a full food menu.

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As Crown Heights development continues at a rapid clip, Williamsburg wine-maker/wine bar/event space Brooklyn Winery announces its plans to open a restaurant and wine bar in Crown Heights come late summer. The team just got the go-ahead from the community board, and is waiting on its liquor license, but expect a full food menu, outdoor seating, and wines that will be hauled down from Williamsburg, where they're made. Co-founder John Stires tells DNAinfo that the price point will be "relatively high." All told, most wines will go for $10 to $16 a glass.

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747 Franklin Avenue, New York, NY 11238 Visit Website

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